After winning the Eurobike Gold Award with its first customer, COBOC, in 2015, Comodule has once again launched fresh innovation at Eurobike 2017.
Introducing a new display dubbed the “S”, Comodule’s LCD screened unit integrates Bluetooth and ANT+ connectivity to show the speed and battery status, but also presents turn-by-turn navigation capability and third-party sensor input like heart rate and cadence.
S is made to compliment connectivity and smartphone application and when connected the system is able to detect theft, setting off an in-built alarm and activating a built in GPS.
With these functions enabled, Comodule has been able to sign a partnership with Swiss insurance provider Helvetia to integrate an all inclusive bike theft protection plan. This guarantees that users no longer need to worry about losing your bike to thieves. In collaboration, Helvetia and Comodule has created a streamlined process where with just a few clicks the user can insure the bike directly from the app.
Thanks to connectivity the system detects type of the bike and determines its value. Automated back-end processes guarantee quick and effective claim handling.
The system is already present on bikes featuring Bafang, Ansmann, Brose and BMZ systems, among others.
Bike Share potential
Using its original technology stack Comodule has developed all-inclusive offerings for fleet management and sharing. The sharing platform allows operators to run stationless, free-floating sharing systems. The operator can manage and control the network on a cloud-based dashboard whereas users are able to rent and open the vehicles with a smartphone application.
The firm is able to offer a complete technology stack from hardware to mobile connectivity, back-end and mobile applications.
To find out more and see the system in person, head to Eurobike booth A6-207.